Organization that strives to increase customer satisfaction faces a big challenge. The absence of a “great service culture” limits, and even undermines success of customer satisfaction improvement initiatives.
This two-day interactive program is designed to help participants understand the importance of delivering consistently, high-quality, customer service and focusing on “keeping the customer happy” and the program will also deal with the importance of team work “keeping everyone happy at workplace”
- Aspiration to attune to the hospitality industries standards as opposed to banking industry standards
- Develop a Hospitality Culture that provides a strong competitive advantage to establish and develop a competitive edge
- Provide a distinctively superior ‘Customer Experience’ by creating a positive experience to building customer loyalty
- Provide exemplary customer service that contribute to customers’ retention and loyalty.
- Develop your corporate image and presence
- Defining The Basics
- Quality – What is Quality?
- Guest – Who/What is the Guest?
- Service: What is Service?
- Delivering Quality Guest Service
- The Financial Impact of Service
- Repeat Business
- Impact of profitability to individual and organization
- Good Customer Service is No Longer Enough
- Focusing and Prioritizing the Top Expectations of Customers
- Creating a Service Mission Statement to stay Focused
- Are we losing our customers?
- A Quality Service Model – GAP
- The power of “Right Attitude”…..a Choice that is Controllable
- People Power
- Determining Guest Needs
- Let’s get our Formula right!
- Moments of Truth
- The Service Cycle and “Touch Points”
- Looking at Service from the Customer’s Perspective
- Creating “That Magic Moments”
- 5 Secrets of Good Customer Service
- Team Dynamics
- Are you a team player?
- Working with the team
- Lesson….from the birds
- Your Poise…Grooming & Appearance
- The Importance of Defining Your Image
- What is YOUR “image”?
- Creating your own “WOW” Effect
- Dress Sense for your Workplace
- Are you projecting the” right “Image?
- Creating Long Term Success
- Are we listening to our customers?
- Let’s get the basic right- greeting, introduction & handshake
- Non-verbal Cues – are getting the right signals
- Tools of the Trade – The Telephone
- The Elements of Effective Telephonic Communications
- Skills and Standard Procedures
- Handling Feedbacks
- Handling Irate Customers (face-to-face, via emails/letters, telephone calls)
- Highlights and Action Plans
- Suggestions for Continuous Improvement
- Learning Highlights
- Action Learning
Adult learning approach: Course consists of interactive lectures, individual and group activities, role plays, and mini-case studies relating to real life practical situations
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